George Soros, 83, marries for 3rd time

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Reuters) - George Soros, the 83-year-old billionaire investor, philanthropist and supporter of liberal political causes, married for a third time on Saturday, tying the knot with education consultant more…

40% of U.S. food is tossed

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Los Angeles Times) Leah Weinroth can only hope her son Trey's obsession with expiration dates is a passing phase. If yogurt in the Bethesda, Md., writer's refrigerator is more…

Credit-card perks military members get

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (ABC News) Members of our armed forces who are on active duty, and their families, are faced with many unique challenges. Thankfully, they also receive several unexpected benefits more…

Advertisers bypass black media, report finds

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Chicago Tribune) The buying power of African-Americans continues to grow, but advertisers are missing the mark by passing over black-oriented media. That is the conclusion of a Nielsen more…

Gun owners surrender to Starbucks

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Washington Times) Gun owners are devoted to the Second Amendment, but it turns out many of them are also fans of caramel macchiatos. Last week's letter from Starbucks more…

Welfare bill for L.A. anchor babies: $650 million

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (KCBS-TV) A projected $650 million in welfare benefits will be distributed to illegal alien parents in 2013, county officials said Monday. Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced the latest more…

Obamacare exchanges could function in shutdown

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Reuters) U.S. State officials behind the launch of President Barack Obama's healthcare reform on Oct. 1 say they could weather a federal government shutdown, though the scenario would more…

Super Typhoon Usagi on deadly path to Hong Kong

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NYTIMES) — The strongest typhoon to hit Asia this year caused landslides in the Philippines and flooding in Taiwan on Saturday as it appeared headed toward the densely more…

Venezuela's government seizes toilet-paper factory

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (London Telegraph) Critics of President Nicolas Maduro say the nagging shortages of products ranging from bathroom tissue to milk are a sign his socialist government's rigid price and more…